Two back-to-back bomb explosions killed 35 people in Peshawar

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epa02775929 Local residents and security officials inspect the scene of two back-to-back bomb explosions in Peshawar, Pakistan on early 12 June 2011. Two back-to-back bomb explosions at a market killed at least 35 people and injured more than 90 in Peshawar. EPA/BILAWAL ARBAB

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Silvia Duarte is the managing editor of Sampsonia Way. She received her degree in Communication Sciences from Rafael Landivar University in Guatemala and her masters in Latin American studies from the Autonomous University of Madrid in Spain. Duarte was editor of El Periódico de Guatemala’s Sunday magazine from 2001 to 2006 and has written scholarly and journalistic articles in Germany, Spain, and the United States. She came to Pittsburgh in 2007 with her partner writer-in-exile Horacio Castellanos.

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